Scripts, props, and costumes from the legendary director's movies will all be on display.
If you’ve ever felt the need to be in the same room as the dresses worn by those creepy twin sisters in The Shining, you’re in luck: earlier this morning, TIFF announced that a travelling exhibition of Stanley Kubrick’s stuff will be coming to the Lightbox in Fall 2014.
Kubrick—a legendary director best known for films like Full Metal Jacket, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, and, yes, The Shining—died in 1999, but left behind a massive archive of documents and other personal effects. This exhibition, which debuted in Frankfurt in 2004, draws on that archive to give visitors a sense of Kubrick’s life and work habits.
Among the items included in the exhibition are photos Kubrick took when he was working for Look magazine in the 1940s, screenplays marked with Kubrick’s own revisions, cameras from Kubrick’s collection, and costumes and props—including the eerie “starchild” from the end of 2001 (Is that a spoiler?)—from some of his movies.
The photo above was taken at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where the exhibition ran until June. (It opens in São Paulo this week.)
Some photos of the exhibition in its different incarnations are available on the official website.